Action for Blind People is a national charity with local reach, providing practical help and support to blind and partially sighted people of all ages. We listen, we understand, we act.
This familiar phrase has been the catchy tagline for a successful Specsavers' advertising campaign. But at what cost?
The winners of our Easter Art Competition have been announced, and all the entries have been audio-described. Here's more evidence that sight loss is not a barrier to art and creativity.Check out the winning design
Jenny used to get upset when she was called 'blind'. She identified with being 'visually impaired', and had her own ideas of what a blind stereotype looked like. That's all changed now.Read Jenny's story in full
Sight loss can be a daunting journey, losing some or all of your sight can be very distressing and have a big effect on your life. People tell us that they struggle with a range of emotions from anger and frustration, to depression and grief. Action is here to help.
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